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After The Cold War In Central Asia Foreign Commentary

Posted on:2010-02-24Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:D H WangFull Text:PDF
GTID:2206360275964398Subject:International relations
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Central Asia is referred to the middle of Asia.In a narrow sense,it mainly includes Kazakhstan,Uzbekistan,Turkmenistan,Kyrgyzstan,Tajikistan which are the league republics of the former Soviet Union.It is the back-land of the Asia-European Continent and is abundant in kinds of resources,so it's the place which many great powers are struggling for.After the cold war,central Asia's geo-advantage gets more and more clear,so every great power has positively carded on their central Asia strategy.Under the circumstance, as the great economic power,Japan has never fallen behind.Since Japan admitted the independence of the countries in Central Asia,its strategy towards central Asia has gradually been formed and mature.The key of the strategy is to gradually infiltrate Japan's political objectives.Japan is lack in resources,so it is quite interested in central Asia's rich resources and energy;central Asia's special location is good for Japan's containment towards Russia and China;Central Asia is a crucial card in support of Japan's objective of great political power.In a word,Japan has its own strategic purposes.There are four chapters in the thesis.The first introduces the central Asia's geo-political structure;the second details the process of Japan's diplomacy with central Asia;the third analyzes the strategic purposes of Japan's strategy in central Asia;the last chapter foresees the prospective of Japan's strategy towards central Asia.
Keywords/Search Tags:Central Asia, Japan, Energy, great political power
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